Local

Taking a breather …

Monday October 12, 2020

Paddlers take a break during the oe vaka competition at the Cook Islands Games over the weekend.

The life of Crown Beach Resort & Spa owner Papa Rondo Perkins, who passed away on October 3, was celebrated and fondly remembered by his staff and family during a live stream conference call this week. 

Over 77 members of the Apostolic Church of Aitutaki, Atiu and Rarotonga have gathered on Mangaia this weekend for the official opening of their new church building ‘Jesus the True Vine Apostolic Oneness Church’ of Mangaia.

Members of Team Atiu and Manihiki bow their heads in prayer before competing in the ocean vaka races this week.

The global community is set to mark World Mental Health Day on Saturday amidst backdrop of a public health emergency and economic uncertainty created by the Covid-19 pandemic.

As the first group of paddlers hit the water on the opening day of the Cook Islands Games 2020 Oe Vaka competition yesterday, Tain Armstrong and his buddy Tavake Tierney made the most of the opportunity to cool off at Avarua Harbour on a hot day.

Rewarded for service to the community

Thursday October 08, 2020

Among those with distinction for their long service at the Cook Islands Police was Sergeant Mereana Hagai, recognised with a two-star award from Police Commissioner Maara Tetava, for her 28 years of service to the community as a police officer.

One of the highlights of the Cook Islands Games has been the opening ceremony where 120 dancers enthralled the crowd with an outstanding cultural show.

Opposition demands report release

Thursday October 08, 2020

According to Democratic Party Opposition, the Transport ministry has been advised not to release the report into the tragic disappearance of a seven-year old boy, who was lost overboard on a ship.

Page 3 of 812